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    KING Charles left royal fans worried during this afternoon's procession in London as he appeared to sway while walking alongside Camilla. The late Queen's son, 73, was leaving Westminster Hall with other senior royals following the sombre procession of the coffin from Buckingham Palace. 6Royal viewers believed Charles briefly swayed as he left Westminster HallCredit: PA 6Charles walked behind his mother's coffinCredit: AFP 6The Royal Family were united in their grief on WednesdayCredit: Getty 6King Charles following the sombre procession to Westminster HallCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6The Queen's body will lie in state at WestminsterCredit: PA As the camera focused on Charles, some royal fans believed that he appeared to be swaying. He seems slightly unsteady for a few seconds but quickly recovers as he walks next to Camilla. The clip was quickly spotted by eagle-eyed viewers. "My heart goes out to all the children and grandchildren of our late Queen Elizabeth II," one royal follower wrote on Twitter, sharing the footage. READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S DEATHTOUCHING TRIBUTE Sombre photo of Kate echoes heartbreaking shot from Philip's funeralEMOTIONAL...
    A mysterious form of pneumonia has emerged in Argentina, infecting ten people and killing three. Some fear that the mysterious infection could be the source of the next Covid-like pandemic, though experts are saying it is too early to be sure. The mysterious illness was detected in the South American nation's Tucumán province - the most densely populated part of Argentina. Officials are not sure what the source of the sickness is, but have ruled out clear suspects like Covid, influenza and hantavirus. Some fear that it could have jumped from an animals to humans. Eight confirmed cases are among health workers in the region have been infected as well - indicating that it is contagious.  Dr Davidson Hammer (pictured), an infectious disease expert at Boston University, told DailyMail.com that the current risk level to Americans is a 0.1 out of 10 While officials in Argentina are sounding alarms about the unknown disease, many experts are not quite yet concerned. Dr Davidson Hammer, an infectious disease expert at Boston University, told DailyMail.com that the current risk level to Americans is a 0.1...
    FANS have shared their concerns after Kim Kardashian goes missing following her split from Pete Davidson. Many believe the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum has reunited with her ex Kanye West. 6Kim hasn't been posting much on social mediaCredit: Getty 6She broke up with Pete Davidson last weekCredit: BackGrid 6Fans believe she could be getting back together with KanyeCredit: Getty But Kim, 41, has gone ghost on social media, only sharing promotional photos and videos but none of herself. The reality star split with her comedian boyfriend Pete Davidson just last week, raising concerns about her absence. FAN THEORIES One fan took to Reddit to share speculation about why the TV personality has been reclusive since their breakup. "No selfies or paparazzi pictures of Kim in almost a week? Y’all think she’s recovering or planning out the rest of the year?" they wrote, opening up the conversation. Read more on Kim KardashianHEART BEATS FOR YE? Kim 'hints' she's back with Kanye West after she sends subtle messageBREAKING POINT Kim was 'seriously freaked out' as Pete made 'impulsive' move before...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden said Monday he was concerned about China's recent military exercises around Taiwan but that he didn't believe China would take additional action as it escalates tensions following House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit. China has spent several days conducting military drills that have essentially encircled Taiwan and restricted access to civilian ships and aircraft in the area. The extensive exercises mark a significant escalation by China after Pelosi's trip to Taipei to show support for democracy on the island, which prompted outrage from Beijing. China views Taiwan as its territory despite never having controlled it. We are not scared: Taiwans foreign minister says island will stand up to more serious China threats"I'm not worried, but I'm concerned that they're moving as much as they are. But I don't think they're going to do anything more," Biden told reporters on Monday before departing for Kentucky. Tensions continue to escalate in the region as China floods the seas and skies around Taiwan with ships and jets and conducts live-fire drills and missile launches. In addition to the drills, Beijing has canceled...
    Aaron Judge had the fans at the Stadium on their feet, screaming and chanting “M-V-P!!” Thursday night. The Yankees slugger crushed his 31st home run of the season and made a tremendous diving play in center field in the Yankees’ 7-6, 10-inning loss to the Reds. Judge, who leads the majors in home runs, may be having an MVP-worthy season, but over his last six games the face of the Yankees franchise has slumped. Since missing the first game of last weekend’s Red Sox series, Judge has slashed .167/.259/.333 with a .593 OPS, one homer and two RBI over his last six games. “It’s a long season,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. “You hit .300 with 50 or 60 homers or whatever, but that guy’s gonna go through a period where he doesn’t bang all the time. It’s the ebbs and flows of the season. He probably missed a couple pitches that he would normally stick, but I don’t think much of it. I don’t feel like he’s chasing, feel like he’s getting himself in a good position. “Usually when...
    Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker is not worried about Ian Anderson, but he should be. After the Atlanta Braves got thoroughly embarrassed in their 14-4 blowout loss to the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday night, Brian Snitker may need accept the fact that Ian Anderson just does not have it right now. No doubt about it, Anderson has had many moments over the last three seasons that have made Braves Country brimming with pride whenever he toed the rubber every fifth day. However, he has been the elephant in the room when it comes to the Atlanta rotation this season. His command has not been there and the third time through the order has been his own Diophantine Equation. Anderson lasted only two innings on Thursday night, giving up seven earned runs on seven hits, kicking his ERA on the season up to a terrible 5.31. Over Ian Andersons past five starts entering tonight, opponents are slashing .301/.381/.437 with an .818 OPS. Tonight, hes given up seven earned in 1.1 innings pitched. The Braves officially have an Ian Anderson problem. —...
    During an interview with Newsmax TV on Monday, Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) reacted to Democratic proposals for the Biden administration to use federal lands to conduct abortion by pointing out that many Democrats have tried to block oil drilling on federal lands, something that would “help every mom in America. It’ll help every dad in America. They won’t do that, but they’ll open it up for abortion.” Donalds stated, “[T]hese ridiculous policies like using federal lands to conduct abortions on, that’s insane stuff. They won’t give federal lands for drilling for oil, you know, the thing that will help every mom in America. It’ll help every dad in America. They won’t do that, but they’ll open it up for abortion. This is crazy policy from a party that has completely lost their mind and has followed the radical left down a rabbit hole. No, I don’t think it’s going to work for suburban moms. Because suburban moms are concerned about how much it’s going to cost them to fill up their tank, they’re concerned about how much it costs to...
    KYLIE Jenner has posted another honest body update, as she continues to work herself back into shape after giving birth in February. The Kardashians star showed off her post-baby curves while snapping a selfie in front of her gym mirror. 5Kylie Jenner posts a selfie update on her workout routineCredit: Instagram/kyliejenner 5Kylie is working to lose her baby weightCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk Kylie, 24, posed in a tight brown sports bra and form-fitting black bicycle booty shorts. She rocked her hips back and forth in a boomerang, and added the caption: "No days off!" In another shot, Kylie filmed herself walking on a treadmill. She was much more open and revealing about her progress in the caption. "4 months postpartum," she shared. "I have been dealing with tons of back and knee pain this time so it slows down my workouts. READ MORE KYLIE KARDASHIANBOUJEE BABY Kylie shows off baby son's Nike sneakers with jaw-dropping price tagWHAT A BUM Kylie shows off her rarely-seen BUTT tattoo in just a latex thong bodysuit "But I am on...
    THE View has reunited its original hosts for a big 25th anniversary celebration that aired on Thursday, but one key member was missing. Fans have become concerned after noticing the important team member from when the talk show began in 1997 was not part of the event. 4Credit: Alamy 4Credit: ABC In 1997, The View premiered with five women leading the show – Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, Joy Behar, Debbie Matenopoulos, and Barbara Walters. Over the years, a slew of hosts have come and gone, with Joy currently the only original member still on the program. Meredith Vieira was on from 1997 to 2006, as was Star, and Debbie Matenopoulos hosted from 1997 to 1999. To celebrate the talk show’s milestone 25th anniversary, the women had a big reunion at New York’s Essex House, where they first auditioned. Read More on The ViewDON'T LOUVRE IT The View fans mock host Whoopi Goldberg for making big blunder on live TV‘I’D LOVE IT!’ View fans beg for Selma Blair to join as new co-host as she appears as guest In the pre-recorded...
    Kayvon Thibodeaux’s work ethic has impressed Giants outside linebackers coach Drew Wilkins from the jump. “He’s incredibly eager,” Wilkins said after Thursday’s sixth OTA practice. “He comes here, he gets his playbook. I’m out with my wife at the Comedy Cellar. You know how you gotta put your phone in the little bag? I pull my phone out of the bag at the end of the show, I’ve got like 10 texts from him: ‘Hey what’s this call? What do we have on this?’ It’s a Saturday night and he’s studying the playbook. “He’s so driven to succeed,” Wilkins added. “You see it in everything. It’s exciting that he’s here.” Unfortunately, Thibodeaux isn’t practicing right now. He was on the sideline in a red jersey on Thursday, nursing an undisclosed injury he sustained late in last Thursday’s indoor practice. He also left the field during the full-team period with other rehabbing players like Kenny Golladay (in a blue jersey now) and Sterling Shepard (Achilles). The good news is head coach Brian Daboll didn’t seem concerned, and the issue isn’t expected...
    Daily Kos is fortunate enough to be associated with the poll team from Civiqs, led by former professor and statistical researcher Drew Linzer. That gives writers on this site a fantastic resource not just for polling data, but for insight into what it takes to create polling questions that are fair—that is, questions that actually draw information from the public on their real concerns rather than feeding them lines that are certain to draw a predetermined response. However, it doesn’t take the assistance of a data scientist or polling expert to determine that what Morning Consult did in a poll that’s making headlines on Tuesday is far from fair. According to Morning Consult, their poll shows that fears about “immigration policy that weakens whites’ power” are a bigger concern than mass violence committed by white supremacists for more than a third of all voters, and for 60% of all Republicans. How much truth there is in this “analysis” is hard to ascertain, because the way that Morning Consult framed the poll was blatantly designed to not only generate headline-worthy results, but to reinforce conspiracy...
    TEEN Mom 2 star Leah Messer has fans concerned for dog Lucky after she surprised boyfriend Jaylan Mobley with a new puppy. The reality star hasn't posted about her Dalmatian in several months, sparking fears she got rid of the dog. 5Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer has fans worried for her Dalmatian puppy LuckyCredit: Instagram/@reallifelucky101 5She recently purchased a pup for boyfriend Jaylan MobleyCredit: Instagram / Jaylan Mobley Earlier this month, Leah's new man revealed that she surprised him with a French bulldog pup, which he named Blue. The couple excitedly posted about the new addition to their family, but all fans could focus on was her seemingly missing dog. Leah has a Dalmatian called Lucky, whom she got before she and Jaylan got together. The MTV star hasn't posted about the dog much as of late and his Instagram – once full of photos of the dog – is inactive. More on LeahSO MESS-Y Teen Mom fans 'catch Leah in a LIE' after show viewers spot key detailOH BABY Teen Mom Leah fans...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Shot spotter activations and multiple 911 reports near 38th Street and Chicago Avenue has many concerned about a recent surge of violence in that area. Since the intersection known as George Floyd Square re-opened to traffic last summer, the number of shootings and violent acts had gone down. READ MORE: No Charges Filed Against MPD Officer Who Shot, Killed Amir Locke During No-Knock WarrantWCCO’s Reg Chapman spoke with a group that works to stand in the gap between community and police to promote peace. “We are the only community probably in the United States that has had to self-police,” said Bridgette Stewart. For the past 20 months the area surrounding George Floyd Square has served as a memorial to a life lost. “We had over 120 days inside the square –  data driven, shows its on the MPD website that there was no shots fired,” Stewart said. Agape Movement’s Bridgette Stewart says three recent violent incidents should not take away from the positive work going on near 38th and Chicago. “One of them happen to be inside of...
    Dak Prescott had offseason shoulder surgery, but Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy does not think it is anything to worry about. If the Dallas Cowboys are going to repeat in the NFC East and contend for a Super Bowl next season, franchise quarterback Dak Prescott has to stay healthy. Prescott underwent offseason surgery to clean up his left shoulder. Given that this is his non-throwing arm, no wonder Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy does not sound overly concerned about it. As long as Prescott is able to take part in most of the team’s offseason activities, the Cowboys will be in good shape heading into training camp. This is a big year for America’s Team. There is a chance the 2022 NFL season could be a defining one in Prescott’s professional career. Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy just announced that QB Dak Prescott had surgery on his left shoulder at the start of this offseason. He has “no concern” about his availability for the offseason workout. — Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 1, 2022 Dallas Cowboys: Mike McCarthy unconcerned about Dak...
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Attorney: Officer was ‘very concerned’ about George Floyd during restraint, ‘spoke up to’ senior officer but was ignored. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    WAYNE ROONEY has revealed he would love to manage Manchester United or Everton but is staying loyal to Derby County. The Rams boss was speaking on the red carpet at the launch of his new documentary 'Rooney' that is set to launch on Amazon Prime Video on Friday. 1Wayne Rooney revealed his ambitions on the red carpet at the launch of a new documentary about his lifeCredit: Splash He spoke about rejecting the opportunity to interview for the Everton job last month, suggesting there was no way he could leave his Derby players in the midst of a relegation fight. But Rooney did admit an offer of a job from Everton or United would be difficult to reject in the future. He said: "I didn't go to the interview, which I was asked to go to. "I've always been one who likes a challenge and is willing to put the work in and fight. "I've stood in front of my players and told them, 'I'm with you, trust me, I'm fighting with you'… what type of person would I be...
    President Joe Biden had separate messages for those vaccinated and those unvaccinated amid the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, with his words to the former group likely to raise eyebrows. During a speech from the White House on Tuesday, Biden said, “Those are fully vaccinated especially those with the booster shots … you can still get Covid, but it’s highly unlikely, very unlikely, that you become seriously ill.” “And we’re seeing Covid-19 cases among vaccinated and workplaces across America, including here at the White House, but if you’re vaccinated and boosted, you are highly protected,” continued Biden. “You know, be concerned about Omicron, but don’t be alarmed. But if you’re unvaccinated, you have some reason as to be alarmed. “Many of you will, you know, you’ll experience severe illness in many cases if you get Covid-19 if you’re not vaccinated. Some will die, needlessly die. The unvaccinated are taking up hospital beds and crowding emergency rooms and intensive care units. That just displaces other people that need access to those hospitals.” Biden’s remarks came the day after the United States reached 1 million daily Covid cases, shattering...
    PENG SHUAI has denied making a sexual assault claim against a former top Chinese official in her first interview since vanishing. But the WTA remain concerned about her safety following the latest developments. 4Peng Shuai has denied making sexual assault allegations against a former top Chinese minister 4Shuai attended a skiing event in Shanghai with other Chinese athletesCredit: Reuters #PengShuai speaks to the media for the first time since posting her explosive allegations. The reporter interviewing her is from a Singaporean newspaper that is blocked in China. Peng talks about her accusation and her life since posting it on Weibo (PART 1) pic.twitter.com/9nSN0sUl1Z— delusional raducanu stan (@RaducanuIN) December 20, 2021 Shuai, 35, disappeared for three weeks after posting the 1,600-word allegations on social media website Weibo in early November. The star said 75-year-old ex-vice premier Zhang Gaoli forced her to have sex with him three years ago and they had extramarital relations seven years ago. Since being pictured again - on a video call with IOC chief Thomas Bach, out for dinner with friends, with teddies at home and also...
    President Joe Biden walks with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi as he departs the US Capitol after a caucus meeting in Washington, DC, on October 1, 2021. Fresh Navigator Research polling out this week serves as a reminder that the American public still largely supports the efforts of President Joe Biden and Democrats to quash the coronavirus. Among other indicators, Biden's approvals on the pandemic are above water at 51% - 46%, far higher than his overall job approvals, which are stuck underwater in the Navigator survey at 45% - 51%. But perhaps most important from a midterm messaging standpoint is the fact that voters' views on GOP pandemic policies are absolutely dismal. And as we head into next year, providing the public with a steady stream of reminders about how radically out of touch GOP lawmakers have gotten is a survival must for Democrats next November. First up: Banning school mask mandates, the bandwagon so many GOP governors have hopped on, is very unpopular—drawing 58% opposition from registered voters with only 37% support. Those opposed include 79% of Democrats, 51% of independents, and even 35% of Republicans....
    By Pedram Javaheri and Judson Jones | CNN The earthquake swarm off the Oregon coast continues — with almost 100 quakes in the past 48 hours — but experts say not to worry. While the major concern with big earthquakes this far from land is the possibility of tsunamis, “events the size that have so far occurred in this swarm will not generate noticeable tsunamis,” writes the United States Geological Survey. In addition, the fault line where the swarm is taking place — the Blanco Fracture Zone — moves side to side and isn’t the type of megathrust fault that displaces ocean water to form tsunamis. Such tsunami-producing earthquakes are more common on a nearby fault line. “The main tsunami threat for the Pacific Northwest is the Cascadia subduction zone that lies ~360km (220 miles) to the east of this sequence.” Meantime, the Blanco Fracture Zone shaking “can continue for days to weeks, or it can stop suddenly any time,” writes the USGS. The series of quakes, which began early Tuesday morning and continued into Thursday, is clustered between...
    (CNN)The earthquake swarm off the Oregon coast continues -- with almost 100 quakes in the past 48 hours -- but experts say not to worry.While the major concern with big earthquakes this far from land is the possibility of tsunamis, "events the size that have so far occurred in this swarm will not generate noticeable tsunamis," writes the United States Geological Survey.In addition, the fault line where the swarm is taking place -- the Blanco Fracture Zone -- moves side to side and isn't the type of megathrust fault that displaces ocean water to form tsunamis. Such tsunami-producing earthquakes are more common on a nearby fault line."The main tsunami threat for the Pacific Northwest is the Cascadia subduction zone that lies ~360km (220 miles) to the east of this sequence."Meantime, the Blanco Fracture Zone shaking "can continue for days to weeks, or it can stop suddenly any time," writes the USGS. Read MoreThe series of quakes, which began early Tuesday morning and continued into Thursday, is clustered between 200 and 250 miles west of the coastal town of Newport, Oregon...
    Meta rolled out a new tool on Thursday that stops revenge porn from spreading on Facebook and Instagram, but it requires people to submit their sexually explicit photos and videos to a hashing database. When someone is concerned their intimate images or videos have been posted or might be posted to either of the social media platforms, they can create a case through a global website called StopNCII.org, which stands for 'Stop Non-Consensual Intimate Images.' Each photo or video submitted receives a digital fingerprint, or unique hash value, which is used to detect and track  its copy that was shared or attempted to be posted without the person's permission. However, the website was created with 50 global partners and sharing intimate images and video of yourself with a third-party website may not sit well with most users, but Meta says they 'will not have access to or store copies of the original images.'  A Meta spokesperson told DailyMail.com in an email that 'only the person submitting a case to StopNCII.org has access to their images/videos' and 'all of the computations...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Governor Larry Hogan had an emergency meeting with Maryland’s COVID-19 response team Monday, and says while he’s concerned about the Omicron variant, he sees no need for extra restrictions.“I don’t see any kind of shutdowns or lockdowns,” Hogan said. “We’re going to be encouraging people to go back to the things that kept us safe in the first place, which probably means some social distancing, masking, but most importantly, getting vaccinated.”Hogan said in particular people need to get their booster shots — an area where Maryland is lagging.“Obviously, you’re much better off being fully immunized,” the governor said. “If you haven’t gotten your booster, you’re at greater risk.”The Omicron variant — first discovered in South Africa — has 50 mutations, alarming health officials worldwide.It is not clear yet how effective the vaccines are against it. Omicron has spread quickly around the globe—and has been confirmed as close as Canada.Dr. Chris Beyrer, of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, says the good news is current tests can detect Omicron. The bad news: it looks as infectious...
    VIDEO1:5701:57White House responds to Rittenhouse verdictThe News with Shepard Smith President Joe Biden said Friday that he and many other Americans feel "angry and concerned" about the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse for killing two men and wounding a third man— but also said that people have to "abide by" the jury's verdict. Biden called for calm in Kenosha, Wisconsin, acknowledging the strong emotions that led to civil unrest and shootings by Rittenhouse there last year, and which authorities are concerned could recur after his acquittal. "I urge everyone to express their views peacefully, consistent with the rule of law. Violence and destruction of property have no place in our democracy," the president said in a prepared statement. "The White House and Federal authorities have been in contact with Governor [Tony] Evers's office to prepare for any outcome in this case, and I have spoken with the Governor this afternoon and offered support and any assistance needed to ensure public safety." Biden originally spoke to reporters shortly after a jury found Rittenhouse not guilty on all five criminal counts. "I stand by what...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Jaylen Brown isn’t too concerned about the hamstring injury that will sideline him for the next week. He’s suffered hamstring injuries in the past, and this one is near the bottom of the list regarding severity. But it’s that history of hammy issues that does have Brown somewhat concerned, and taking some new precautions and steps to make sure the ailment doesn’t become a regular thing. READ MORE: Boston Beats Out New York, Los Angeles For Best Sports City In CountryBrown suffered the injury last week in Boston’s win over the Miami Heat. He felt it late in the third quarter, which unfortunately, is a familiar feeling for him. The C’s guard said Wednesday that the injury is a reaggravation of a hamstring issue that he had two seasons ago. Brown’s hammy started barking just before the NBA halted the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He got a bit of a break as the league went on hiatus for a few months, and it went away. It was a concern at the time, but not...
    TYSON FURY sent what he described as a "concerned text" to Dillian Whyte in 2019 - and said he "looked after" his rival only to be "repaid with BS tweets". Whyte, 33, blasted Fury on Twitter, calling him a "Gypsy Coward" and claimed he left the WBC champion "pathetically sobbing on the canvas" during sparring. 4 Tyson Fury is embroiled in a Twitter feud with Dillian Whyte 4 This is the text Fury claims he sent to Whyte But the Gypsy King, also 33, hit back by posting a text he says he sent Whyte after the heavyweight laboured past Mariusz Wach in Saudi Arabia on the undercard of Anthony Joshua's rematch win against Andy Ruiz Jr. Fury tweeted: "This is a text I sent @dillianwhyte back in December after his fight with Wach, I was concerned about him so I reached out to him. "And this is how people treat you when your (sic) nice to them!!" At the time the Brixton puncher had only just been cleared of any doping charges by United Kingdom Anti Doping, after it...
    A FAMILY "friend" secretly trashed their stillborn daughter's grave and pretended to be concerned - but he was caught on camera. Sarah Bernasconi-Parson, 39, and her partner, Mark, 42, found earlier this year her daughter’s grave was destroyed by Mark Plaister, a man she knew, in a series of six cruel attacks. 6A pink castle, angels and butterflies were all smashed by the couple's 'friend'Credit: Focus Features 6'Beyond wicked' Mark Plaister had four convictions for 21 previous offences of a similar natureCredit: Focus Features The couple were left devastated by the damage, which Plaister had himself reported to them, masquerading as a concerned friend. Sarah, from Blackburn, Lancashire, says: “I knew Mark Plaister from the cemetery, as he also is a bereaved parent. “When he messaged me to say Maggie’s grave had been trashed, we rushed down to the cemetery and he met us there.  was so upset because all her ornaments had been trashed. "Mark’s mum, Julie, who had since died, had bought her a pink castle. My mum, Sheila, had bought angels and butterflies. They had all...
    A general view of burnt cars as the Dixie Fire continues in Indian Falls, California, U.S., July 26, 2021.David Swanson | Reuters Climate change is getting personal. Four in five people are willing to make changes to how they work and live to help reduce the effects of global climate change, according to new data released Tuesday from the Pew Research Center, a nonpartisan fact tank. Only 19% of those surveyed reported they would be willing to make only a few or no changes at all to help reduce the effects of global climate change. People are worried that climate change is going to impact their own lives: 72% of the people surveyed are very or somewhat concerned that global climate change will harm them personally at some point in their lifetime. Meanwhile, 27% of those surveyed are not too concerned or not at all concerned that climate change will harm them personally in their lifetime. The data comes from a survey of 18,850 people in advanced economies. From March 12 to May 26, 2021, Pew Research Center surveyed 16,254...
    On Friday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Guy Benson Show,” Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) said that the July call between President Joe Biden and then-Afghan President Ashraf Ghani shows that the Biden administration “knew they had problems, they had issues.” But cared more about politics than evacuating Americans. Cammack said, “You could put the most junior planner on this mission to leave Afghanistan and it wouldn’t have been this bad. That much has been made clear. And when you look at the transcript of the conversation between Biden and Ghani, it was clear then…that they knew they had problems, they had issues. But it’s — they were more concerned about the perception and they were more concerned about acheiving the political goal rather than actually getting Americans out in a safe and orderly fashion, and they knew that the Taliban was advancing quickly.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    The Green Bay Packers need to see Jordan Love play in every preseason game this summer. Though Jordan Love was able to avoid a major injury in his preseason debut, the Green Bay Packers should still be concerned about it, as they need to see him play in every game this summer. Love made his Packers debut last week vs. the Houston Texans. While Houston won the meaningless exhibition contest, Love did look promising under center for Green Bay. However, every single preseason snap is a precious commodity for him, as the Packers need to know what they have in their former first-round pick before they eventually part ways with Aaron Rodgers. While the MRI on his shoulder came back clean, Love is not practicing on Monday for Green Bay. #Packers QB Jordan Love, who had a clean MRI on his shoulder this weekend, is not expected to practice today, source said. Tomorrow is a walk-through, so a few days off for the GB backup. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 16, 2021 Green Bay Packers should be a bit concerned...
    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — New information from the 2020 Census is both cause for celebration and a source of anxiety. The numbers are boosting civic pride and political power for some communities, while others worry what they’ll mean for redistricting. READ MORE: Harlem Hellfighters To Be Honored With Congressional Gold Medal From imported hot sauces to specialty soft drinks, the growing Hispanic market in Westchester County can find something to their taste at New Rochelle Farms. “We’ve had to carry products from Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Guatemala, El Salvador, Mexico. It’s pretty challenging,” owner Jose Filipe told CBS2’s Tony Aiello. Filipe says the numbers translate to buying power. The Census shows the Hispanic population in Westchester County growing 30.1% since 2010, helping to boost the population of the county past 1 million people for the first time ever. “I think it’s exciting to see that Westchester’s becoming more diverse, and it’s exciting to see that the Latinx population is feeling comfortable living here and raising families here,” New Rochelle Councilmember Yadira Ramos-Herbert said. READ MORE: Garden City Restaurant Owners Pushing...
    What did Fauci say? During an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press," host Chuck Todd asked Fauci whether he is concerned that Sturgis will drive a surge in COVID-19 cases. Last year, a relatively smaller Sturgis rally — which typically draws more than 500,000 people to South Dakota — was blamed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for causing a COVID outbreak. Responding to Todd's question, Fauci said he is concerned about another outbreak and suggested rally attendees are being irresponsible. "I'm very concerned, Chuck, that we're going to see another surge related to that rally," Fauci said. "I mean, to me, it's understandable that people want to do the kinds of things they want to do. They want their freedom to do that," he continued. "But there comes a time when you're dealing with a public health crisis that could involve you, your family, and everyone else, that something supersedes that need to do exactly what you want to do."Dr. Fauci chastises those attending the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally: You’re going to get to do that in the...
    IRWINDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- Clusters of homeless encampments line the San Gabriel River bed snaking along the Lario Park hiking trail off the 210 freeway in Irwindale.Those living here are terrified.They've been told to leave by Tuesday morning or else.Mike Vera is homeless. He says Tuesday after 6 a.m. no one can be camped inside the park.He says the homeless have been warned if they don't leave their vehicles will be impounded and they can be arrested.The signs warning the homeless to leave are posted throughout the park.Vera says work crews are going to bulldoze the encampments.Mike saying he's turning down offers for alternative housing through the county because the services are far too restrictive and he'd rather seek refuge in a tent surrounded by his neighbors and friends in the encampments.Vera says living in the encampments is not bad.He says he and other homeless residents are a close-knit community looking out for each other for years.As law enforcement moves the homeless out, work crews are expected to clean up and renovate the riverbed and park.Volunteers feeding the homeless in...
    Democratic Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar suggested Sunday that if he were “concerned” about the Supreme Court, Justice Stephen Breyer would retire “sooner rather than later.” During an appearance on “State of the Union,” Klobuchar told CNN anchor Dana Bash that she would not presume to tell Breyer what he should do, but then argued that she believed retiring sooner might be in the best interest of the court. (RELATED: ‘Take This Crap Off Their Platforms’: Amy Klobuchar Says Social Media Companies Should Be Liable For Misinformation) WATCH: Bash began by noting that Breyer had so far declined to announce his retirement despite calls from the left for him to do so while President Joe Biden would be guaranteed to choose his replacement. “So is Justice Breyer making a mistake by not retiring?” Bash asked Klobuchar. “I’m not going to speculate on his retirement,” Klobuchar replied, pointing out that Breyer was basing his decision on two things: his health and the court. “When you look at the court, he has to be concerned about the makeup. And you have...
    President Biden admitted that more lives will be lost to the Delta variant of COVID-19, even as he encouraged Americans to enjoy their Fourth of July holiday weekend. Delivering an optimistic message at the White House on positive jobs numbers, he struck an uneasy balance as he warned of more COVID deaths ahead but played down worries that the Delta variant would turn back the clock to the worst days of the pandemic. 'I am concerned that people who have not gotten vaccinated have the capacity to catch the variant and spread the variant to other people who have not been vaccinated,' he said. 'I am not concerned there's going to be a major outbreak, in other words that we're going to have another major epidemic nationwide, but I am concerned that lives will be lost.' President Biden said: 'I am not concerned there's going to be a major outbreak, in other words that we're going to have another major epidemic nationwide, but I am concerned that lives will be lost' AAA is forecasting that more than 47.7 million...
    N.Y. Post: Charles Wenzelberg Why can’t Mets fans have nice things? The team is rolling and playing their best baseball of the season. They are an MLB-best 20-6 at home. They just won three straight against the first-place Cubs. But unfortunately, it comes at the hands of Jacob deGrom dealing with yet another injury. This time it’s shoulder soreness and the Mets are going to have to be careful with his potential return. They need the best pitcher in the history of the game to be 100 percent for the stretch run as they look to be a major contender in the National League, holding a five-game division lead. To talk about deGrom’s latest injury and the Mets’ hot streak, we bring you a new episode of the “Amazin’ But True” podcast with Nelson Figueroa and me, featuring a chat with The Post’s Steve Serby, voicemails and emails from listeners and a trip to the Nelson Figueroa Spanish Academy. Amazin’ But True Podcast with Jake & Figgie: JACOB DEGROM: Should we be concerned with...
    A man wearing a mask walks past the headquarters of the People's Bank of China, the central bank, in Beijing, China, as the country is hit by an outbreak of the new coronavirus, February 3, 2020.Jason Lee | Reuters BEIJING — While investors around the world fret over inflation, China's central bank has more problems than rising prices to worry about. Central banks worldwide have kept monetary policies easy and interest rates lower in a bid to support growth in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic last year, and China is no exception. Now as consumer and producer prices climb, investors are on edge as they try to discern if central banks will be raising interest rates. But the People's Bank of China — and economists parsing its statements — are not as worried about inflation, or expecting much monetary policy change as the country faces more pressing risks. In its report on first quarter monetary policy released late Tuesday, the central bank focused on how the foundation for China's economic recovery is not solid. "Residents' consumption is still constrained and investment...
    A BABY boy found dumped in a park just hours after he was born is "healthy and doing well" today - but cops are "concerned" for his missing mum. The hours-old tot was discovered wearing a £1 Matalan T-shirt at The Mounds in Kings Norton, Birmingham at around 5.30pm on Thursday evening last week. 11The first picture of a baby boy who was found in a park wrapped in a £1 Matalan t-shirt has been released 11Police are concerned for George's mum 11Cops have released CCTV footage of a woman they believe could help with their search West Midlands Police said the baby was full term, likely to have been born the same day and abandoned hours later. He was found the day before St. George’s Day, and has been named George by the hospital staff looking after him. Adorable photos of George in a cot surrounded by cuddly toys were shared online in the hope his mum will see them and come forward. Detective Inspector Neil Hunt said: "I am reaching out to George's mother. "You are my primary...
    ALMOST seven in 10 Americans are buying more single-use items than they did last year in order to minimize the possible risk of COVID-19 exposure, according to new research. According to a recent survey of 2,000 people, 97 percent have access to refillable or reusable products — but pandemic panic has 67 percent of them turning to single-use plastic instead. 3Twenty nine percent of survey-takers report using fewer plastic grocery bags, and 25% are using fewer produce bagsCredit: Getty Overall, 32 percent said COVID-19 has had a major impact on their overall environmental practices, and a fifth (21 percent) said that their habits have “completely changed.” For example, 38 percent are consuming more plastic water bottles than they did this time last year, even though 50 percent said they currently own a refillable one. Out of the 90 percent whose sustainability efforts have been affected, half (50%) of respondents feel it’s ultimately been a negative impact. Commissioned by Hydro Flask on behalf of OnePoll, the survey also found that 40 percent report being more ecologically-minded now than they were in 2020. Generally,...
    MICHELLE Heaton has spoken of her heartbreak that she fears her son, 7, has learning difficulties but Covid has delayed him getting help. The doting mum, 41, spoke of concerns AJ has dyslexia as she opened up about the struggles of homeschooling him during lockdown. 6Michelle dotes on her adorable son AJCredit: Instagram/@wonderwomanshel Michelle  said: "Before lockdown started a year ago AJ was being assessed - as kids often are around aged 6 - for any learning disabilities. "We were concerned he could have dyslexia - and we still are.  The school have been amazing but obviously with him not being in school all the time any kind of diagnosis gets delayed.  It’s been hard to teach him due to attention span and difficulties in this area. " Over lockdown Michelle has been concerned about not being able to get help for her son who she believes has learning difficulties Michelle has been concerned her son has undiagnosed dyslexia 6She wants to get help for AJ, seven, and talked to Ben Hanlin about how difficult homeschooling was Michelle praised his...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have been found to prevent 90% of COVID infections by two weeks after the second shot.That's according to federal health researchers.Despite that, 23 states and Washington, DC are reporting an increase in COVID infections, and 13 states are reporting an increase in deaths.The CDC director is now warning of a fourth COVID surge."I'm going to reflect on the recurring feeling I have of impending doom. We have so much to look forward to, but right now I'm scared," said Dr. Rochelle Walensky, CDC Director.What to know about coronavirus:Tracking COVID-19 availability and progress in NYCNew Jersey COVID-19 Vaccine TrackerFind out if you are eligible and where you can go to get your vaccineCoronavirus by zip code - New York CityDo you have coronavirus symptoms? Here are more of today's headlines:Free weekend bus rides in CTConnecticut Gov. Ned Lamont said he is going to recommend waiving transit bus fares on the weekends this summer. Lamont said the state can use $3 million allocated in the American Rescue Plan to finance the...
    Mar 24 (.) – US oilfield activity and spending are skyrocketing this year as the industry recovers from the slump in oil prices triggered by the 2020 pandemic, according to energy company executives surveyed by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in a study released Wednesday. While the improvement in oil prices has boosted expectations for 2021, executives are cautious about the possibility of changes in the oil policy of the government of President Joe Biden or the threat that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its partners can bring more oil to the world market. “Although the price increases have been good news, OPEC + is a sword of Damocles: if US operators increase capital expenditures, OPEC + will turn on its taps and flood the market,” said one executive. More than half of the executives said they weren’t hiring more workers and were concerned about the Biden administration. “I think their goal is to effectively shut down our industry, and they will pursue that end with great energy,” said one executive. Respondents expect the price of...
    GOP Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin drew fire Saturday for saying that Trump-supporting Capitol Hill rioters don’t scare him — but Black Lives Matter protesters do. “I never felt threatened [during the Jan. 6 incursion], because I didn’t,” Johnson said Thursday on talk radio’s “The Joe Pags Show.” “I knew those were people that love this country, that truly respect law enforcement.” But, he said, “had the tables been turned and … those were tens of thousands of Black Lives Matter and Antifa protesters, I might have been a little concerned.” Wisconsin Democrats reacted with fury. “What, white people love this country and black people don’t?” state Sen. LaTonya Johnson told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “That’s exactly what he’s saying.” Johnson’s US Senate counterpart, Democrat Sen. Tammy Baldwin, tweeted Saturday that his comment was proof of “systemic racism.” More than 300 people have been charged with crimes related to the deadly riot, including Oath Keepers militia members accused of planning to invade the US Capitol. But Johnson responded with a statement pointing to last summer’s unrest, when violence spinning...
    Republican Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson has claimed that he did not feel at all  threatened by the mob of Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol in Washington D.C. in January but said that had it been Black Lives Matter or Antifa, he would have been 'a little concerned'.  Johnson was speaking on conservative Joe Pags show, a portion of which is also simulcast on Newsmax TV.  During the interview he stated that he did not believe what was happening to be an armed insurrection.  Senator Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin, has described the pro-Trump rioters who stormed the Capitol on January 6 as people who 'truly respect law enforcement' Johnson claimed not to have been worried but said things would have been different had they been Black Lives Matter protesters or members or Antifa Johnson was speaking on conservative Joe Pags radio show, a portion of which is also simulcast on Newsmax TV Investigators for the District of Columbia says they have identified over 540 suspects and arrested 316 to date in connection with the Capitol siege WATCH: Ron...
    The New York Times Are you clenching your teeth? A guard does not always solve bruxism Some experts say that teeth grinding is a behavior rather than a disorder, and that the dentist’s chair is not the best place to tackle it. Everyday stressors such as handing in a report at work, breaking down the refrigerator, or the dog vomiting, sometimes make you want to grit your teeth. But if you add to that a pandemic, economic uncertainty and political turmoil, the jaw may begin to strain: clench and grind your teeth with up to 113 kilos of force. Dentists have reported an increase in patients with tooth fractures since the beginning of the pandemic, which they attribute to bruxism, the technical term for grinding or clenching the teeth. Bruxism, which is believed to be precipitated or aggravated by stress and anxiety, is largely unconscious and often occurs during sleep. Most people don’t know that they grind their teeth unless told to do so by a dentist, based on tooth wear. Other less obvious indicators are that your ears itch...
    The Conversation Spain Brexit, the never ending story Shutterstock / rawf8 Four and a half years after the start of negotiations that brought down governments and shaken markets, on January 1 Brexit finally became a reality. After 47 years of British presence in the EU, the terms of separation were agreed broadly. But both parties will continue to haggle over the small details of the first departure of a member state of the community family. Many warn that the deal may turn into endless Brexit. The divorce has been harder than soft, since it was decided that the former partners maintained a controlled relationship. The UK barely got any concessions: its financial services do not enjoy special access, there is no automatic recognition of academic qualifications, very onerous import requirements have been imposed on some of its products and regulations that could damage many supply chains British production and logistics centers. Furthermore, EU fishermen retain around 75% of the rights to fish in UK waters. According to Theresa May, her predecessor in office, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson managed to...
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